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FROM RIGHT: Agriculture Council of Kenya Chairman Dr. John Mutunga (right) and panelists take questions from participants at the National Agriculture Investment Plan formulation exercise which ran from December 7-9, […]
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With the release of Africa Lead’s Year Three Annual Report, we are looking back at 2016 to share some of the key lessons learnt from Feed the Future’s capacity building program for food security. The Annual Report covers the program activities from October 2015 through September 2016.
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When Alex Gitonga graduated from Nairobi University with a degree in Food Science and Technology, he struggled to find a meaningful way to use his education. It wasn’t until he participated in Africa Lead’s agricultural leadership training, “Champions for Change” in 2010 that he’d find the right direction. Little did he know at the time, it would be his of love of milk that would help shape his future.
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As originally featured in the August 2016 Feed the Future newsletter. Water pollution is a potential consequence of mining, and in Ghana—where safe water is already scarce—such pollution can make […]
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The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) in partnership with Africa Lead has initiated an Internship Partnership Network dubbed Entrepreneurship for Opportunity Actualization (EOpAct). This is to build entrepreneurial […]
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Dr Ahmed Yakubu Alhassan, a Deputy Minister of Food and Agriculture, has urged the youth to see Agriculture as a life-long occupation, just as lawyers take up their professions for […]
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There is a saying, “The tragedy in Africa is poverty of leadership”, however the result of the work of Kenya's Counties to engage in the Champions for Change leadership training, shows that Kenya's counties are on the right path, and there is no tragedy in that.
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On the set of the popular soap opera, Makutano Junction, the character Florence sizes up the maize “sheller machine” which is central to her agribusiness idea. Actress Janet Kirinya (center) […]
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